Some run-ins with the law can be hilarious. Even in some serious situation, the humor is still there. In many cases, these humorous acts are tied to intoxication, but some of them are not. Here are some that you may or may not find to be funny.
The Missing Tire
The police got a call at eight o’clock in the morning from an anonymous source on January 15, 2016 that there was an erratic motorist driving and that the vehicle had a heavy damage to the front end. The car was traveling eastbound and when the police tracked down the vehicle, it was discovered that the two headlights were inoperable and only three tires were functioning on the vehicle. The passenger side of the vehicle had its front tire missing and the car was practically driving on that particular rim. Once the vehicle came to a halt at the prompting of the police, it was noticed that the driver had dried blood on the right arm and blood was seen throughout the interior of the vehicle. The police officer noticed an obvious stench of alcohol on the woman’s breath as she spoke. The ambulance was called, but in the meantime, upon questioning, the woman told the police that the damage to her vehicle had occurred a long time ago – in fact from the summer before. As for the missing tire, she had lost the tire at one point during the summer. She tried to avoid any additional questions from the police and seemed agitated. The police placed the woman under arrest and took her to the hospital. She began to yell and scream once she got there, trying to get out of the handcuffs on her wrists. She refused to take the breathalyzer test. The police cited her for driving in an unsafe vehicle without one tire and without headlights on. She was also cited for driving with a suspended license and while she was intoxicated. However, what topped it all was the single tire that the woman said was missing from the car since the previous summer.
Red Chili Pepper
On January 6, 2016, a resident got home after a short stay out of town. When he got home he noticed twenty red chili peppers around the upstairs toilet in the bathroom. Only one person was in the home while he was away and that was the construction worker. When the officer interrogated the construction worker, he said that he had noticed the chili peppers, but considered that they had fallen from the plant that was at the back of the toilet.
Discovering the Arrest Warrant
On January 8, 2016, police responded to a call from a man, saying that he was locked out of his vehicle. When police got to the scene and checked the man’s driver’s license, they found that he had an arrest warrant with the Brooklyn police. They arrested him. He should have called a locksmith.
A woman got Botox done and then refused to pay the bill for the cosmetic procedure. Police was called to the scene and found out that this was not the first time that this 31 year old had done this. She had gone from one cosmetic clinic to the next to get Botox done. She had told the staff in the clinic -after the procedure was done – that she had to run to her car for her credit card to pay the bill and then twenty minutes later, they had discovered that she had not returned. At one time, she had paid one doctor with a $900 check, which later bounced. She was found and arrested for stealing Botox.